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New book proves the Shroud of Turin is not a medieval fake.

For centuries, scientists and historians have pored over the mysterious Shroud of Turin, a bloodstained piece of linen that bears the faint outline of a long haired man with wounds consistent with crucifixion. Many believe that Jesus Christ was buried in the 14-foot-long cloth, housed since 1578 in the Cathedral of Saint John the Baptist in Turin, Italy. Millions of pilgrims have thronged the shroud’s rare public viewings.

https://www.history.com/news/shroud-of-turin-not-a-medieval-forgery-according-to-new-book
 

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New book proves the Shroud of Turin is not a medieval fake.

For centuries, scientists and historians have pored over the mysterious Shroud of Turin, a bloodstained piece of linen that bears the faint outline of a long haired man with wounds consistent with crucifixion. Many believe that Jesus Christ was buried in the 14-foot-long cloth, housed since 1578 in the Cathedral of Saint John the Baptist in Turin, Italy. Millions of pilgrims have thronged the shroud’s rare public viewings.

https://www.history.com/news/shroud-of-turin-not-a-medieval-forgery-according-to-new-book
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New book proves the Shroud of Turin is not a medieval fake.

For centuries, scientists and historians have pored over the mysterious Shroud of Turin, a bloodstained piece of linen that bears the faint outline of a long haired man with wounds consistent with crucifixion. Many believe that Jesus Christ was buried in the 14-foot-long cloth, housed since 1578 in the Cathedral of Saint John the Baptist in Turin, Italy. Millions of pilgrims have thronged the shroud’s rare public viewings.

https://www.history.com/news/shroud-of-turin-not-a-medieval-forgery-according-to-new-book
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